Friday 5 September 2014

What's On in South Bank this September

Sensational September in South Bank
Top Theatre Picks
South Bank's theatres are positively bursting with new shows this month, from David Byrne and Fat Boy Slim’s critically acclaimed Here Lies Love at National Theatre to Electra starring Hollywood heavyweight Kristin Scott Thomas at The Old Vic. Follow our guide for the best of the rest...
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Summer Snaps
Summer may seem like a distant memory, but London really was graced with some seriously sunny days and many folk masterfully captured this during the South Bank Summer Photo Competition. The finalists images can now be seen in and around the area, including winner, Brigit Collins.
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Totally Thames kicked off its month-long celebrations this week with Dutch artist, Florentjn Hofman setting sail his latest creation down the Thames. Enjoy a host of rollicking-riverside activities from the fascinating, freeMapping London exhibition at gallery@oxo, to OXO Tower Restaurant’s nautically themed afternoon tea. 
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Turtle Power
Unlimited festival opens at Southbank Centre, celebrating the creative vision of disabled artists.
Eye Spy
For a 'back to school' treat, take the kids along to Horrible Histories: Spies at IWM.
Overtime Rewards
Been chained to the desk all week? Primo Bar is here to help with 2-for-1 cocktails.
Shady Character
Nautical but Nice
In honour of Totally Thames, OXO Tower Restaurant presents a nautical afternoon tea.
Brunch Bunch
Riverside eatery, Skylon launch their mouth-watering brunch menu this weekend.
P.S. Don't Miss
Afternoon Delight
Discover why the Library Lounge at London Marriott Hotel County Hall makes Trip Advisor's Top 20. 
 London Duck Tours
Looking for a unique way to see the sights? The amphibious London Duck Tours is your chap.
There's not long left to catch this futuristic flick at the mighty BFI IMAX. Starring Scarlett Johansson.
Final Curtain Call
After a spellbinding run, The Crucible, starring Richard Arimitage ends at The Old Vic on the 13th September.